The Crown Letter is an online participatory art project created during the lockdown. It is a worldwilde open platform for the free expression of women artists, a cartography of the intimate over time and space, offering a meeting place for a community of subjectivities. The Crown Letter is released every Tuesday since 21st April 2020.
Aylin Leclaire (born in 1992 in Duisburg) is an artist who creates narrative works, exploring power structures and human interactions. She uses various materials and media to express political, emotional and spacial aspects of situations. Her works have a holistic approach. Sound and music play a major role in her works and let the spectator fully dive into places, stories and situations. Not only does the artist deal with the presented interaction or the interaction between the work and the spectator. Within the artistic process she also collaborates with other artists and with doing so creates an interaction between diverse artistic approaches and perspectives. Aylin Leclaire’s artistic work is original, critical and playful. She likes to provoke and proves a sense of humor while she challenges actors and spectators and makes them a part of her works. In 2019 Aylin Leclaire graduated at the art academy Düsseldorf as a master student of Martin Gostner. She also studied the Master of Voice program at the Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam. Currently she lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany.